Citation: McCann, James, "Africa's Malarial Landscapes: History, Complexity and Silver Bullets" Melville-Nelles-Hoffmann Environmental History Lecture, 7 March 2012.
Running Time: 40:04 Bio: Professor James McCann
is a leading scholar in the fields of African and environmental history
whose research interests include agricultural and ecological histories
of Africa, Ethiopia, and the Horn of Africa, field research methods in
African Studies, the agro-ecology of tropical disease, and the history
of food and cuisine in Africa and the Atlantic world.
Abstract: This paper explores the challenges of combating
malaria in Ethiopia. James McCann describes a multidisciplinary research
project on the ecological relationship between malaria and maize